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by Stefan Grossman
“When I first heard Big Bill Broonzy. I saw a clip of him on TV playing in a nightclub lot by the light of a single bulb. The tune he was playing was a song called “Hey Hey” and it knocked me out. When I first heard Big Bill and later Robert Johnson, I became convinced that all rock n roll…had sprung from this root.” – Eric Clapton “I saw Big Bill Broonzy when I was about eight and he encapsulated everything I wanted to be: to sing, to play the guitar and to be b...
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by Stefan Grossman
Blind Blake was the greatest ragtime blues guitarist to record during the 1920s. His guitar playing was unique. It captured the pulsating rhythms of the blues, ragtime, and jazz music of the period. Rev. Gary Davis went as far as to say: “I ain’t never heard anybody on a record yet beat Blind Blake on guitar. I like Blake because he played right sporty.”Modern fingerstyle guitarists such as Jorma Kaukonen, Ry Cooder, David ...
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by Stefan Grossman
Blind Blake was the greatest ragtime blues guitarist to record during the 1920s. His intricate fingerpicking sounded more like a ragtime piano than an actual guitar. It captured the pulsating rhythms of the blues, ragtime, and jazz music of the period. Rev. Gary Davis admired Blake’s playing and said: “I ain’t never heard anybody on a record yet beat Blind Blake on guitar. I like Blake because he played right sporty.”In 192...
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taught by Clinton Davis
This lesson will combine my arrangements of three pieces originally composed for another instrument. In addition to hopefully expanding your guitar repertoire, I’ll provide commentary on the challenges of arranging for guitar and highlight technical solutions I’ve used for common musical problems.Drunken Man’s Dream - a crooked fiddle blues from Kentucky fiddle legend Doc RobertsCumberland Blues - a Doc Roberts fiddle mel...
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taught by Clinton Davis
This lesson will bring together my arrangements of three piano pieces from the ragtime and early Jazz era. I will discuss compositional features that are shared across each piece, as well as my technical solutions to musical problems that arise when arranging piano melodies for the guitar.Mr. Jelly Lord - a braggadocious composition from New Orleans’ Jelly Roll Morton that will have you all over the fretboard.Blame It On The Blues - Charles Cooke’s awesom...
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by Ben Gateno
The bios of blues and ragtime greats show us the natural way to learn and master the art form is to be surrounded by it from a young age. These towering figures of acoustic roots music played and sang it with their families, at church, while working, while relaxing, and for some, while incarcerated. It was a life of near constant exposure, both to the sounds and the practitioners.Needless to say, the vast majority of us modern-day enthusiasts have not had access to ...
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compiled & arranged by Rémi Balsacq  
This collection of various cake walks comes from Rémi Balsacq’s passion for fingerstyle guitar. This instrument already has a huge repertoire, from blues to ragtime, classical to jazz and beyond. Ragtime pieces were transcribed throughout the 20th century by various guitarists, i.e David Laibman, Ton Van Bergeyk, Leo Wijnkamp, Duck Baker, Stefan Grossman, Lasse Johansson and many other players. Each had their own approach, but the cake walk repertoire remained barely explored and offers the guitarist wonder...
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Compiled & Transcribed by Stefan Grossman
“One of the wizards of modern music,” was Bob Dylan’s judgement of Rev. Davis’s importance. He was a giant in the story of fingerstyle guitar. He was a master guitar player as well as a wonderful and patient teacher. He was an exciting performer who could entertain a college audience, bring 25,000 people to their feet at an outdoor festival, move the spirit of a handful of men and women in a small Harlem storefront church, or bring smiles to students and friends who gathere...
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Compiled by Stefan Grossman
Ragtime is in many ways the quintessential American music. It arrived at the turn of the last century with many transitions, notably the discovery of the means to record sound, and the determination of Afro-Americans of genius to be appreciated as artists. The music we call ragtime represents not only a moment of great anticipation (as the advent of jazz was on hand) but also of fulfillment. There are perhaps, 200 classic ragtime pieces that represent a corpus of extraordin...
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by Ben Gateno
To master a language, you need to find someone that speaks it well and have them demonstrate some phrases. You need to listen closely and strive to match not just the pronunciation, but the accent and cadence as well. Before you can freely express yourself, you need to copy what they say in order to build a toolbox of vocabulary and syntax that you can draw upon in order to say what you want to say. Music is no exception. The eight transcriptions included in this c...
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by Tommy Flint
This comprehensive book will take you through a colorful myriad of fingerpicking guitar styles. You will learn techniques, fills, intros and endings plus you will play some truly outstanding solos. Included are solos and etudes in basic thumb/fingerstyle, alternate bass, folk style, 3 finger rolls, Latin rolls, arpeggio style, accompaniment styles, transposing, use of the capo, fingerstyle lead. 2 beat bass, waltz style, Travis style, 2 string harmony, m...
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by Stefan Grossman
The more you play the guitar the better you’ll become and the more fun and enjoyment you’ll have. When I asked Rev. Gary Davis when and how I should practice on my guitar his answer was clear. He told me to play first thing in the morning and then last thing at night. He said I should keep my guitar out of its case so that I could play it whenever I wanted. The message was to play and enjoy yourself. This collection of blue...
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by Janita Baker
A collection of blues, ragtime, and crossover tunes for the 4-course mountain dulcimer equipped with a 6+ fret. These arrangements vary in difficulty, but all possess the universal appeal of the unique rhythms that define this musical genre. Selections include: Rocks and Grave; Baker's Dozen; Sweet Home Chicago; Frankie and Johnny; Careless Love; Memphis Blues; St. Louis Blues; Maple Leaf Rag; The Entertainer; and more. Written in standard notation and tablature with many p...
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compiled by Stefan Grossman
This book presents three of the greatest ragtime blues guitar players from the 1920s-1940s. They all possessed what Rev. Gary Davis called that sportin’ right hand. Each could sing the blues or play a dance instrumental. They favored first-position chords but produced incredible textures and rhythms from these easy left-hand fingerings. There are years of exciting fingerpicking challenges in these pages. But what fun it will be once you can play these tunes! BIG BILL BROONZY Big B...
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by Guy Van Duser
Seven outstanding solos in the Fats Waller post-ragtime style that gain a totally new flavor and life when played on fingerstyle guitar! In notation and tablature. Includes access to online audio.
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